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Error in reading RSe segment

Error in reading RSe segment

I have an idw file with 6 sheets when trying to access sheets 2-5, I get the following message. Error in reading RSe segment - the number of found in the segment does not match the segment summary.  Error loading segment DLSheet136DLSegment in database C:\INVENTOR PROJECTS...   Can anyone offer guidance to help me get this resolved?

System specs:
IBM Thinkpad T43p
IV11 SP2
XP Pro SP2
Pentium M 2.00 GHz
798 MHz, 2.00 GB RAM
ATI Mobility FireGL V3200

RE: Error in reading RSe segment

Looks to me like something Autodesk needs to look at.
Do you have support with them?

Is it possible that someone with a later version of inventor has opened/saved this file?

RE: Error in reading RSe segment

Unfortunately, the answer is no to both questions.

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